Dr. Anne Luther is a researcher, arts manager and software developer whose work examines the contemporary art market and data visualization. She received her PhD from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London and is currently a researcher at the Department for Modern Art History at the Institute of Art Studies and Historical Urban Studies at TU Berlin. As a researcher at The Center for Data Arts between 2015-2018 she established a focus in data-driven research in museums and digital art history at The New School in New York and taught art theory as a teaching assistant for Professor Boris Groys at NYU in 2014-2017. Her research is grounded in cultural studies, digital humanities and art theory bridging an interdisciplinary approach to computer sciences, IT and design. Anne worked in several arts institutions internationally including MoMA PS1 and the art advisory Front Desk Apparatus in New York and is working as an independent art advisor and curator internationally. She is the co-founder of The International Art Market Association Sub-Committee in Berlin.